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steps to install and configure dotDefender to protect IIS web servers

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Hello Experts,

Can someone please provide high level steps to install and configure dotDefender to protects IIS web servers against a variety of vulnerabilities to include:

Path Traversal
Known worms
Remote Command Execution
Probes
Denial of Service attacks
Compromised servers

Any links, blogs, with tons of screenshots that you can share in addition to your thoughts to summarize the installation and configuration of dotDefender?
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Just so you know there is no all in one silver bullet i.e. a DDOS attack doesn't require that you have a web server it just helps to monitor the effects of the DDOS attack. Installation is a simple next, next, next, ok

Personally we use cloudflare which is much higher rated. http://www.cloudflare.com
http://website-security-and-performance-review.toptenreviews.com/incapsula-review.html
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